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(computer science) a program that controls a display for the user (usually on a computer monitor) and that allows the user to interact with the system

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Through Pivot3s partnership with VMware, customers can experience simple and secure desktop deployment and application management on a high-performing infrastructure with the availability of Horizon 7 on Pivot3 HCI.
According to IDC research, HCI is the faster growing converged infrastructure segment, by far, with worldwide revenue growing 48.
Customers transforming their IT are increasingly turning to HCI as an ideal foundation for simplifying IT today and for the future," said Chad Sakac, president, Converged Platforms and Solutions Division, Dell EMC.
The CHIIP team created a prototype network by combining the CANES software stack with HCI elements.
HCI said it does not plan to make any changes in Prepared's operations and management.
Since we acquired HCI in 2014, we have built a team which can make this vision a reality.
Many insurers wanted to treat the company like any other pile-driving business; but HCI understood the hardest sell is getting the insurance company to commit the resources needed to do the deal.
The Chancellor said the abolition of the HCI will recoup the Treasury about pounds 150m by 2008/9.
Many employers use HCI schemes to widen their existing benefits package which at best is cost positive to the employer or at worst cost neutral and means staff can source their own computer equipment that is up to 50 per cent cheaper
THE Scottish Executive has bought the HCI private hospital in a cut-price deal.
While the final months of 2001 where tough for HCI because of a lack of money, they are now back and swinging hard in the battle over guns and gun ownership.
They have been locked in secret talks with bosses at the HCI Hospital, near Clydebank.
Under the terms of the agreement, HCI has a right to raise its interest to a majority holding before January 1, 2000.
HCI includes aspects of psychology, education, information science, and computer science, as well as other disciplines.
The crisis-hit pounds 180 million HCI private hospital wants to join the NHS.